Wednesday, January 6, 2010

David Hill Trio Completes Vocals for New Mainline Release

RIDGEVILLE, S.C. – Gospel music group the David Hill Trio was recently in the studio finishing vocals for their new mainline release. The currently untitled project will be the second project for the trio with Gospel Heritage Records, a division of Lamp Music Group.
“This new recording has been a long, labor of love for our group, but we are so excited to finally have everything finished with this new recording,” mentioned David Hill. “We really feel like this is a solid step forward for our group, and we can’t wait for everyone to hear the new songs!”
The new album is being produced by David Hill and Jason Clark (The Nelons). The recording features some of the industry’s most prominent session musicians including Danny Crawford, Jeremy Medkiff, Jason Clark, and Scott Meeder. Tracks were recorded this past August.
“The David Hill Trio is an outstanding talent in this industry,” mentioned produced Jason Clark. “This new record is going to show the world what’s on the heart of the David Hill Trio. I love working with this talented group!”
The new album will also feature songs written by such talented writers as Ricky Atkinson, Nancy Harmon, Jason Clark, Kari Jobe, and group member Amanda Hill.
The debut single will be released later this year. The as-of-yet-untitled album has a tentative release date of this coming Spring. More information will be released at a later date.
The David Hill Trio has already released two recordings to date – 2007’s Glory & Honor and 2006’s David Hill Trio.
For more information on the David Hill Trio, visit their website at .
About the David Hill TrioDavid Hill is no stranger to Gospel music. This former pastor has been a part of such notable groups as Gold City, The Nelons, and The Perrys before branching out and forming the David Hill Trio. He is joined by his wife Amanda Hill and family friend Stephanie Lindsey in the trio. Strong vocals, tight harmonies, and songs with substance are things that the David Hill Trio possess. Take those qualities and combine them with compassion, conviction, a love to worship, and a passion to minister, and you will understand why it has been said that the David Hill Trio is “from the local church, for the local church”.

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